The social marketing company continues to grow with new brands and strategic investors important to its mobile efforts.
2012 is the year in which social gifting started to take off, and not just for Facebook. One leading the pack is Wrapp, which is seeing usage skyrocket thanks to the holidays.
The free gift card service wants to capitalize on the profitable market, and showcases another way to make money off the social network.
The Swedish service has launched its free gift-card service for Australian Facebook users.
Swedish social gifting company strikes deals with U.S. brands to help you celebrate your friends by giving them gift cards preloaded with marketing dollars.
New mobile/social gift-giving service gets you free stuff you can then pass along to deserving friends and families. Is branding the future of the thoughtful gesture?
The LinkedIn co-founder brings firepower to Wrapp, a social gifting startup that's about to launch in the U.S.
Skype co-founder leads the round and joins the board at Stockholm-based Wrapp, which lets friends and family give, receive, and redeem digital gift cards using their mobile devices. The money will be used to launch the service in the U.S. and U.K.
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The network rolls out its own service for users to give real-world gifts with virtual sentiments.